Doctor Who News Just what is Inspector Spacetime?

Published on September 23rd, 2012 | by Andrew Reynolds

Watch the Untitled Web Series…Part 1!

Turning a very silly Doctor Who parody into a legitimate (and silly) web series with scant regard for licensing rights to intellectual property owned by Sony Pictures or the BBC, the previously announced Untitled Web Series About a Space Traveller Who Can Also Travel Through Time, has hit the web.

Giving hope to Community fans living in a post Dan Harmon world, the parody formally known as Inspector Spacetime, offers up a brief explanation of what The Inspector has been up to since his last appearance.

Although fans have been busy adding to that canon – along with actor Travis Richey, who at the Gallifrey One convention unveiled a sideshow tribute to the many actors who have played The Inspector over the years including; Christopher Lee, Stephen Fry and Steve Carrell.

It’s down to those fans now that we can finally see The Inspector and Piper Tate fight his arch nemesis the Circuit Chaps – 643 backers pledged enough funds through the Kickstarter fund to birth the continued adventures of The Inspector.

Like anyone who watches ‘British TV’ a “Well Done” to you.


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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

One Response to Watch the Untitled Web Series…Part 1!

  1. avatar STLShawn says:

    Wonderful, fantastic, incredible :)

    It’s odd that they can make a “making of” video longer than the episodes, and yet BBC can’t seem to get confidential available for “web only” or anything ?????????????? Why do they act like it would be Oh So Expensive to give someone a handycam and let them loose? There are fans who will do it for below minimum wage ya know!

    Did the crew of Confidential cost too much?
    Did the confidential graphics cost too much?
    Does the BBC refuse do anything other than 4 minute web thingies?
    Is there going to be massive “Behind the scenes” material for the DVD and Blu Ray releases?
    Stay tuned to find out more!

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